‘Vanishing village’ looks to Japan’s LDP for survival

NANMOKU, Japan (Reuters) – Chikara Imai, 73, is quick to dismiss the new parties in Sunday’s national election in Japan, saying old ties with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party is what the country’s most elderly village needs for survival.
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